RECON 4 Gen II Lightweight Military Sleeping Bag -10c
The perfect bug out bag for this time of year!
The Recon Range just got better, following 12 months of R & D the Lightweight Compact Military Recon Sleeping Bags now come with some exciting new features.
Outer top shell made from 210T Ripstop Nylon with a Teflon ® finish.
Outer bottom shell made from 210D Nylon Oxford with PU2000mm waterproof finish.
Inner shell made from 210T Ripstop Nylon.
80gm per square meter Dupont ® Thermolite™ Micro insulation.
Insulation incorporates an ultra-thin barrier of anti-bacterial pure silver micro fibre which also increases its heat retaining capability.
Insulation is flat filled to prevent cold spots.
Internal baffle foot is re-enforced with 210D Nylon Oxford with PU2000mm waterproof finish to limit damage from boots.
Internal and external hanging tabs.
Central double puller, heavy duty No. 8 spiral zip with storm flap.
Anti-snag zip with Velcro tab closure.
Draw cord and barrel lock in hood.
Shaped hood for extra comfort.
Internal PDA pocket
210D Nylon Oxford spider compression sack.
Designed for operations in -10 degree Celsius locations.
Temp Rating: Extreme: -10°c
Dims unpacked: Length 220cm width: at shoulders 85cm at feet 55cm
Dims packed in compression sack: 22cm x 24cm
Tested To The Following Australian Standards
AS 2001.2.16 AS/NZS 2111.2 EN13537 ASTM F 1955 AS 2001.2.22 AS 2001.2.20
AS 2001 .2.3.1 AS 2001.2.10 0 AS 2001.2.26 / EN 13537
A note on sleeping bags.
Purchasing the correct Recon Sleeping Bag for your needs is important, we are pleased to offer these simple facts to help you decide which one is best for you, how to maximise it’s performance and what to realistically expect from your choice.
To help maintain the temperature rating and get the best out of your Recon Sleeping Bag you must take into account the following.
The Thermal Temperature Rating provided on all sleeping bags is just a guide - what you do, wear and eat will affect your sleeping experience. So
Always Use a camp mat or equivalent on the ground to increase protection and the temperature (thermal resistance) of your sleeping bag.
Always use a top cover or a shelter around your sleeping bag to increase protection and the temperature (thermal resistance).
Always place your bag / camping ground area out of wind, go behind a rock or tree or in a crevice to get out of the wind ( this helps in reducing your exposure to the wind chill factor )
If you expect to be out in the open with no shelter whatsoever then purchase a sleeping bag cover (bivvi ) this will add water/rain resistance plus an additional layer of protection therefore increasing the thermal resistance even more.
If you know you are a hot or cold sleeper then go up or down a level in temperature to allow for this
It Is known that certain types of food affect your sleeping comfort and can make you colder or hotter therefore be aware of what you are eating and how it may affect you
Alcohol will decrease your body temperature therefore reducing the sleeping bags ability to keep you warm.
Always wear layers of clothing inside a sleeping bag, remove shoes if possible and wear thick socks and a beanie on your head, heat transfers out of your extremities so keep them covered!!
The retailer and manufacturer request that you take these facts into account so that you have the best sleeping experience possible. Sleeping bags are unable to be returned unless there is a fault in the workmanship so please choose carefully.